Regional campus learning commons: assessing to meet student needs
Higher Education | Library and Information Science
At the University of Connecticut, Learning Commons were created at each of the five regional campuses as was reported in the Journal of Library Administration (Dryden & Roseman, 2010). This article will discuss the further evolution of the commons at each campus, based on a variety of assessment methods that were undertaken. These included technology surveys, online space assessment surveys, focus groups, marketing surveys, and virtual focus groups. This article shares assessment models which may be useful for the evaluation of learning commons at other academic libraries.
Dryden, Nancy H. and Goldstein, Shelley, "Regional campus learning commons: assessing to meet student needs" (2013). Published Works. 55.